The Sarajevo team had its first opportunity in the 3rd minute. Jasna Đoković sent a ball on the left to Armisa Kuč who entered the opponent penalty area and hit the goalpost.
The BH champions came to advantage in the 9th minute. Dajana Spasojević passed on the right and assisted Mejrema Medić who was precise from ten meters for 1:0.
Đoković once again sent an excellent ball to Armisa Kuč in the 17th minute, whose shot from the edge of the penalty area was bounced into the corner by the Macedonian team’s defenders.
After the centre-shot of Jasna Đoković on the right in the 20th minute, Kuč sent the ball by head beside the goal.
Armisa Kuč also won the shot position in the 36th minute, but was not accurate from 15 meters.
In the second minute of the second half, Mejrema Medić strongly shot from about 20 meters, but the ball went beside the goal.
Đoković tried well from distance in the 50th minute, but she was not precise either.
SFK 2000’s advantage was doubled in the 59th minute. Spasojević assisted again, but this time, Alisa Spahić undisturbedly sent a ball into the net from the edge of the penalty area.
Alisa Spahić made a centre-shot from the right in the 66th minute, and Đoković shot from the five-meter area beside the goal. The same player had a great opportunity a minute later, but the Dragon’s defenders managed to block her shot on the goal line.
In the 76th minute, Alisa Spahić once again threw the ball from the right side to Jasna Đoković, who was accurate this time for 3:0.
Đoković made a centre-shot from the 30-meter free-kick in the 85th minute, and Tamara Bojat scored the fourth goal for the Sarajevo team from the five-meter area.
SFK 2000 scored its fifth goal is in the first minute of the additional time. Alisa Spahić sent the ball into the penalty area to Armisa Kuč, who was precise from about ten meters.
After the match, the SFK 2000 head coach Samira Hurem stated: “We are pleased with the result and five goals scored. The first half was not good, but we entered the second half more seriously. We slightly underestimated a team that is young, but extremely combative, so I congratulate them on their commitment. I’m glad about the victory, but the game had to be better. A match with Tel Aviv is the next one, so we need to have a more serious approach than in this match. I believe we will play better than today.”
Today, in the second group match, Breidablik won the Israeli ASA Tel Aviv University with 4:1 at the Asim Ferhatović-Hase Stadium in Sarajevo.
The second round is scheduled for 10th August, when Breidablik - Dragon 2014 (11:00 h, Asim Ferhatović-Hase Stadium) and SFK 2000 Sarajevo - ASA Tel Aviv (17:00 h, FF BH Training Centre) will be played.
SFK 2000 Sarajevo – Dragon 2014 5:0 (1:0)
FF BH Training Centre, Zenica
Referee: Marina Aufschnaiter (Austria)
Assistant Referees: Amina Raschid (Austria), Liana Grigoryan (Armenia)
4th Official: Araksya Saribekyan (Armenia)
Goal: 1:0 Medić (9th minute), 2:0 Al. Spahić (59th minute), 3:0 Đoković (76th minute), 4:0 Bojat (85th minute), 5:0 Kuč (90th +1 minute)
Yellow cards: Crnjak, Bektaš (SFK 2000), Đorđevska, Gegova (Dragon 2014)
SFK 2000 Sarajevo: Envera Hasanbegović, Sumeja Bektaš, Svjetlana Crnjak (46th minute, Tamara Bojat), Jasna Đoković, Amira Spahić, Alisa Spahić, Armisa Kuč, Sanja Nedić (54th minute, Fadila Mujkić), Mejrema Medić (82nd minute, Anja Limanović), Azra Hamzić, Dajana Spasojević. Head Coach: Samira Hurem
Dragon 2014: Sara Kolarovska, Elma Šemsović, Rabija Derviši, Pavlina Nikolovska, Dragana Kostova, Nadica Kosteska, Julija Živić, Elena Paneska, Marija Belistojanoska, Elena Petrovska, Teodora Đorđevska (54th minute, Dragana Geogova). Head Coach: Ilija Mandarov